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Comparisons
Section category: Comparisons

Soc&Env: Evidence and best practice relating to domestic violence and abuse

NICE has published guidance on addressing domestic violence and abuse, making a number of recommendations covering the following:  planning of services based on need local multi-agency partnerships integrated commissioning appropriate environments and training to encourage disclosure information sharing protocols tailored help to access support specialist services for children and young people, and women who need …

Soc&Env: Evidence and best practice relating to anti-social behaviour

There is evidence to suggest that family based interventions, which are designed to tackle issues such as ASB, have positive outcomes. A 2012 report highlighted the following key features of an effective family intervention:  a dedicated worker, dedicated to a family practical ‘hands on’ support a persistent, assertive and challenging approach considering the family as …

Soc&Env: Comparisons of anti-social behaviour with other areas and over time

The rate of complaints about noise in Hackney and the City combined is higher than both the England and London average, and in the middle of its statistical peers (Figure 5).  Camden, Wandsworth and Hammersmith and Fulham have lower rates, while Islington’s rate is double that of City and Hackney combined. Figure 5: Rate of …

Soc&Env: Comparisons of incidents of crime with other areas and over time

Figure 3 shows that while Hackney’s rate of violence against the person offences is higher than the average for England and London, it is similar to most of its statistical peer boroughs. The City of London (not shown on the chart) has a much higher recorded rate, at 100 per 1,000 population (as mentioned earlier, …

Soc&Env: Community safety: Comparisons with other areas and over time

The following section presents comparable data on Community Safety with similar local areas and over time. The section is framed around the following topics: Incidents of crime  Anti-social behaviour Alcohol and crime-related ambulance and hospital attendances  Domestic violence and abuse Youth crime and gang involvement

Soc&Env: The ‘Food Environment’: Comparisons with other areas and over time

Comparative analyses of diet-related health conditions in adults and children are presented in other sections of the JSNA – please see the ‘Adult health and illness’ and ‘Children and young people’ chapters.  Comparative analysis of dietary behaviours is presented in the ‘Lifestyle and behaviour’ chapter. Hackney, like London in general, has a high density of …